Bid in the MOVE Auction

and Transform a Young Life




The MOVE Programme teaches life skills to those who are critically & profoundly disabled. In many cases, youngsters on the Programme gain improved mobility beyond their families’ wildest dreams; everyday tasks that we take for granted become achievable and their quality of living is enhanced immeasurably. Every penny from this auction will benefit local people on The MOVE Programme; please look at the line-up of promises and get bidding.

This year MOVE - Hampshire is delighted to work alongside the Exclusive Chefs’ Academy and the Vineyards of Hampshire to bring you a drinks-themed auction. The committee would particularly like to thank everyone who has so very generously donated promises. The result is a varied and exciting collection of lots that we hope will provide enjoyment while raising funds for disabled youngsters.

The auction runs on-line until 4.30pm on Sunday 17th July 2016. Live bids will also be taken at the MOVE Auction Desk throughout the evening at the Exclusive Chefs’ Academy Pop Up Restaurant on 15th July, 7.00-11.00pm and at the Vineyards of Hampshire Wine Festival on 17th July, 12.00-4.30pm. Both of these events are being held at Hattingley Valley Winery, Lower Wield near Alresford, SO24 9AJ.


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To book a place at the Pop Up Restaurant (£65.00 for 4 courses inc. wines) visit:www.hattingleyvalley.co.uk
To attend the Vineyards of Hampshire Wine Festival visit:www.hambledonvineyard.co.uk


To place a bid, simply click on a Reserve Price; please ensure you include a contact telephone number. For further information about the MOVE Auction contact Nicola ndes@kingsfarm.co.uk

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1. Autumn Booze Cruise.
Sit back and spend a relaxed Saturday/Sunday navigating the Kennet & Avon Canal on a skippered canal boat. Gather together a group of 12 family and friends to enjoy this waterway excursion. Bring along a picnic which will be supplemented with some West Berkshire Brewery beer and English sparkling wine. Starting point: Great Bedwyn, Berkshire. Donated by www.brucetrust.org.uk

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2. 1985 Grand Reserve Rioja.
An amazing opportunity to enjoy one of the rare delights of the eighties. This full bodied Spanish wine (suggested tracker rating of 91/100) has been donated by Andres and Marie-Lou Alemany of Pulpo Negro in Alresford, probably Hampshire’s finest tapas bar. (www.pulponegro.co.uk).


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3. Fish the Itchen.
A day’s fishing for two rods on Hampshire’s beautiful River Itchen at Bishopstoke as the personal guests of Simon Bladon who will bring along a fine picnic. There is an abundance of brown and rainbow trout on this Club water. Date to be agreed, ideally in August or September 2016 alternatively in 2017

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4. A City Brew.
Two people will learn how to make their own beer in London’s most central microbrewery, the Temple Brew House (www. templebrewhouse.com). You will take home a firkin, which is 72 pints, of your own brew. Date to be agreed.


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5. A Baker’s Dozen. 
The Vineyards of Hampshire have joined forces to donate 13 bottles of some of England’s finest still and sparkling wines. You have the rare opportunity to sample wines from across our county: Cottonworth, Danebury, Exton Park, Jenkyn Place, Hambledon and Hattingley Valley.

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6. Interactive Dining Experience with Lainston House’s head chef, Olly Rouse.
SEASON Cookery School (www. exclusive.co.uk/cookery-school) based at Lainston House, Winchester will be set up with a dining space for eight people. Enjoy a specially tailored 8-course tasting menu with matching wines and Olly’s probiotic beverages. You and your guests will have the opportunity to watch and assist the chefs to finish off your dishes in this state-of-the art kitchen. Kindly donated by Lainston House.

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7. Visit Berry Bros & Rudd Cellars. 
A guided tour for up to six people of No.3 St James Street given by the Head of the Wine School, Rebecca Lamont. This one hour visit to the historic London premises which started life as a coffee house, will finish with a mini-tasting of three wines with Rebecca.


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8. Vintage Champagne Flutes – Collector’s item.
English sparkling wine deserves to be enjoyed out of special glassware. These two elegant Baccarat champagne flutes from the 1960s are just the thing to make that special glass of bubbly even more memorable. They would make an exquisite gift for a friend or loved one – alternatively keep them for yourself!

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9. Vineyard Tasting Tour - vintage style.
Three of Hampshire’s leading wine producers are offering up to six people a three stop tour in a 1923 Rolls Royce Silver Ghost, or similar. Start at Jenkyn Place in Bentley (www.jenkynplace.com) with a tour of the vineyard followed by a tasting. Next stop is Hattingley Valley (www.hattingleyvalley.co.uk) to look around the purpose-built winery and sample its fizz before lunching at the legendary Yew Tree Inn in Lower Wield. Finally motor on to Exton Park (www.extonparkvineyard.com) to take in its vineyard before trying more sparkling wine. Finish back at Jenkyn Place. To be taken by 30 September 2016, before harvest.


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10. Monteverdi at the Grange Festival 2017.
Two weekday tickets to attend the new Grange Festival’s (www. grangefestival.co.uk) operatic production of Il Ritorno d’Ulisse in Patrie under the musical direction of Michael Chance. Picnic space and a hamper will also be provided. Jointly donated by The Grange Festival & the Committee of MOVE - Hampshire.


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11. Dine at The Phene, SW3
This historic Chelsea eatery is offering a delicious three course meal for four people, excluding drinks. Enjoy the lovely garden in the summer or the cosy interior in the winter. (www.thephene.com)


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12. Last of the 2014 Entice.
Two rare bottles of Hattingley Valley’s much sought after 2014 Entice dessert wine. Less than 800 half bottles of this late harvest style tipple were made by freezing Hattingley’s bacchus grapes. It has won gold medals and trophies and had top British chefs scrambling to use it in food pairings. If you haven’t tasted it you really should; if you have tasted it you will want to again.


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13. Make your own – West Berkshire Brewery Style.
A great day out for four people to brew their own beer under the guidance of West Berkshire’s skilled brewers. (www.wbbrew.com). A firkin (72 pints) of the day’s labours will be yours to take home. Date to be agreed.


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14. Celebration Winery Dinner.
A bubbly reception followed by a three course dinner for up to 12 people in the stylish Hattingley Valley first floor Tasting Room. Invite your guests, bring your favourite wines and the MOVE Committee will serve you a sumptuous feast.


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15. Private Visit to the Pommery Estate
A party of six people will have an unforgettable day visiting this historic Champagne house (www.vrankenpommery.com). The guided tour will take in the ancient Pommery cellars with Roman chalk quarries, the renovated art deco Villa Demoiselle, a specially arranged lunch and finally a tasting of the Parisienne and Brut Royal Champagnes. Excludes travel and accommodation. Generously donated by Madame Vranken.


 

All proceeds go to benefit Hampshire’s most critically disabled youngsters

MOVE is a registered Charity No. 1062307